Hewlett Packard: CSR & Sustainability

Hewlett Packard Company or HP is an American multinational information technology corporation headquartered in Palo Alto, California, USA that provides products, technologies, software, solutions and services to consumers, small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and large enterprises, including customers in the government, health and education sectors.

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HP Aims High Again: Zero-Deforestation and 100% Clean Energy by 2020

In its latest sustainability report, the global electronics and consulting company made several strong public goals to improve sourcing of paper and shift…
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HPE 3rd Living Progress Exchange Spurs ICT Innovation

What will increase opportunities in the information, communication and technology sectors? And what is it that drives excellence and efficiency for ICT companies?…
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Sustainability & Innovation: Chris Librie, HP Living Progress

At SB15 we asked how innovation may or may not drive advancements in sustainability. We got a terrific range of responses which we've…
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HP’s Chris Librie Explains Living Progress for 2015

HP has a solid commitment to the triple bottom line. Chris Librie outlines a few examples of the company's integrated approach to sustainability.
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Twitter Chat Follow-Up: Leveraging Technology for Sustainability

During our recent Twitter chat with HP, one participant asked, "What are the greatest areas of opportunity for sustainability and technology?" Gabi Zedlmayer,…
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What Defines a Social Innovator Anyway?

Sifting the wheat from the chaff at Social Innovation Summit Silicon Valley 2014.
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Living Progress: A Holistic Approach to Creating a Better Future

Chris Librie, senior director of strategy and communications for HP, shared some of the strategies and projects the company is involved in around…
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Fortune 500 Companies, NGOs Unite to Address Renewable Energy Demand

Twelve leading U.S. companies have partnered with the WWF and WRI to overcome unmet renewable energy demand, with the Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles.
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3p Weekend: 10 Companies You May Be Surprised Still Manufacture in the U.S.

We can all rattle off a few small, niche companies that manufacture on this side of the pond (and everyone knows those Chryslers…
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Why Your Company Should Get Involved with the Shared Value Initiative

The Shared Value Initiative was launched in 2012 by FSG, a non-profit strategy and research consulting firm (and the brain child of Michael…
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World Wildlife Fund Focuses on Packaging

Erin Simon of WWF believes that when packaging is viewed as part of the whole, not a single issue, companies can better develop…
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Ink Cartridge Recycling is More Complex Than You Think

Nick Aster visits Lavergne, an HP recycling partner, in Montreal and reports on their multi-step process.
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HP’s Conflict-Free Supply Chain Initiative is an Industry First

HP leads an IT industry initiative to improve supply chain transparency and performance, via the Conflict-Free Smelter certification.
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3 Great Open Loop Recycling Projects

Open loop recycling is still going strong and is a value-added proposition for companies that generate a lot of plastic throughout their operations.
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HP Reduces Chinese Student and Underage Labor in Supply Chain

HP issued new guidelines to its suppliers conducting operations in China that according to the company are the first for the information technology…
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